Christine Dibble is a BC-born Music Therapist and Music Educator who completed her Master of Music Therapy (MMT) from Wilfrid Laurier University in September 2010. Christine received her Diploma in Music, General Studies, majoring in piano, from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 2004, and she completed her Bachelor of Music Therapy (BMT) studying piano, guitar, and voice, from Capilano University in North Vancouver in 2009.
She has over 20 years of experience teaching private piano and theory lessons, and has worked as a music therapist with a variety of populations including: children with developmental delays and disabilities, children diagnosed on the autistic spectrum, geriatrics, psychiatrics, palliative care, and long-term care.
Christine is an Accredited Music Therapist with the Canadian Association of Music Therapy (MTA). Her theoretical approaches stem from a client-centered, humanist, and music-centered perspective. Christine approaches her work with a sincere appreciation for the value of human expression through music.